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No nudie mags for soldiers

The Pentagon has been looking at nudie mags. Not just looking at them, but analyzing them.

You can thank Morality in Media for this prudent use of your tax dollars. The organization sent a letter to Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel urging the prohibition of  sexually explicit magazines on military bases. In response, they reportedly received a letter announcing that a Pentagon review board had considered the magazines in question -- Penthouse, Playboy and Nude Magazine -- and decided that they were not "sexually explicit" under military law. That is pretty funny, considering that the relevant code defines "sexually explicit material" as "visual depictions, produced in any medium, the dominant theme of which depicts or describes nudity ... in a lascivious way." Yeah, sure, you read it for the articles, but that pretty much is the definition of Playboy, right?

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